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  • assuage If she but knew with what honor I was received, would not the thought go far to assuage the grief our separation cost her?
  • gauge She seemed to be trying to gauge the depth of his sincerity.
  • saga Benfey notices the Saga parallel but goes so far as even to claim this as being influenced by Eastern stories.
  • sage Take several fine geese; rub them with salt, and put into each a handful of sage leaves.
  • sago We land at the pretty valley of Halong, where a rippling brook traverses a wood of sago-palms, and falls in a white cascade over the rocks of a sheltered bathing-pool, screened by green curtains of banana and tall mangosteens, laden with purple fruit.
  • sake He must be made to marry her at once for the sake of the children-" "But does he refuse to marry her?"
  • sauce Then came "Oysters Rockefeller," so named because of the richness of the sauce .
  • sausage Then she takes a piece of sausage from the package in the corner.
  • saute Fry in deep fat or saute.
  • savage In fact, I get savage now and then when I think of what you are probably being left to do upon the ranch.
  • sedge At each of these the two men, now revealed in a birch canoe, halted for a little space, and then, tying a knot in the nearest tuft of sedge, passed on to the next.
  • segue
  • serge Here was no simple maiden in a suit of serge, but a young woman of commanding presence, whose long cloak of tan-colored velvet, with its hanging sleeves showing a flash of crimson, seemed to Nina to have a sort of royal magnificence about it.
  • sewage
  • siege The ships accordingly dropped anchor at the mouth of the bay, and immediate preparations were made for the siege.
  • silage
  • skua It flies with great swiftness backwards and forwards around its victim, striking it with its bill, until the attacked bird either drops what it has caught, which is then immediately snapped up by the skua, or else settles down upon the surface of the water, where it is protected against attack.
  • sludge
  • smudge
  • spurge By-and-by, the path emerging from the wood shelved along a green hillside, where bracken and golden spurge clothed the little hollows, while wild wall-flower, Jacob's Ladder, and a large purple cranes-bill brightened the slopes where happy cattle, but lately released from their winter's imprisonment, were feeding greedily on the young green grass.
  • square
  • stage
  • suave
  • surge
  • usage
  • Sarge
  • sager Satisfied by such assurance given by the sager ones of the party, the Rangers remain inside the hut, on the roof of which the rain dashes down, without experiencing any keen pangs of impatience.
  • saggy I guess they were her relatives, because if you squinted at them and cocked your head, you could kind of see her features in theirs, but not saggy and wrinkled and three-chinned, but young and tight and almost glowing.
  • dis trusting
  • inter-acting
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